As many of you are aware, our family has experienced an extreme medical crisis over the past six months. To say the least, it has been very difficult for all of us. Your thoughts, prayers and caring have helped us through these difficult times.

To the doctors, nurses, lab techs and ambulatory staff, we offer our sincere thanks. You are underpaid and grossly understaffed. As I visited my oldest son, I heard, “Code Red”, over and over. That means no ambulances are available. I will nev

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A STATE OF PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY was declared by THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA back in September of this year. The Fourth Wave of COVID-19 has been brutal.

Along with the Public Health Emergency comes mandatory Mask/Requirements. First, Let's review the meaning of the word “mandatory”. It means required by a law or rule. You know, like wearing seatbelts in a vehicle or a helmet on a motorcycle. If you don’t comply , you get a ticket because it’s the law.

Masks are mandatory i

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Well, that’s it for “The Best Summer Ever”. Between the heat wave, the drought and medical emergencies the summer of 2021 will not go down in my book as “The Best”. The good part is the medical side is vastly improving and last I checked it’s going to get chilly and rain. Heck, I hear the Premier might even get home from holidays. Maybe he had “The Best Summer Ever”.

Students within the Golden Hills School Division are back in class as of today, We

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And in the blink of an eye the August Long Weekend is upon us.

But before you strap in your family and put the pedal to the metal, to reach your get-away destination, please note that RCMP issued over 2,5000 traffic tickets over the 2020 August Long Weekend.

Remember the COVID-19 pandemic was in full force last year. This year our province is basically wide open. I would imagine every campsite in Alberta will be booked solid. For some reason some folks feel the need to speed in order to get to t

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